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Book Review: The Sun Down Motel by Simone St.James

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Picture it: New York, 1982. Viv Delaney takes a job as a night clerk at the sketchy, run-down motel in the town of Fell. There’s something even more disturbing than the tenants that stay at the Sun-Down.

Now thirty years later, Carly Kirk, the niece of Viv Delaney, decides to visit the town of Fell to discover what happened to her Aunt Viv, who disappeared just before she was born. Carly takes up the same position as her Aunt Viv at the Sun Down Motel as the night clerk. She even moves into the apartment in which her aunt had stayed. Was the same mystery going to claim Carly?

This book seriously kept me from sneaking downstairs for a snack at my parent’s house last year. I absolutely loved this book. It was a nice ghost story with a good ending. I recommend this book to many who walk-in looking for good horror fiction books to be ensnared by.

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